Guaranteed to raise a smile, whether it's the uniformly excellent voice work, or the Superman and Wonder Woman theme tunes that kick in when each character takes flight. Having the 1960s Batman TV show theme tune in there is fantastic too.
LEGO Batman 3's art style remains lovingly crafted and incredibly shiny, but it's the animations that make the game what it is. It's about as pretty as plastic blocks can possibly be.
For the most part, LEGO Batman 3 sticks to TT Game's tried and tested formula, but there's enough new stuff all executed so expertly that it somehow feels fresh. Button mashing combat can grow repetitive, but that's really the only issue.
Quite possibly the biggest LEGO game yet, LEGO Batman 3 takes you through fifteen levels and multiple hubs and planets. With secrets and bonuses galore, there's really no shortage of content.
Another strong list from TT Games. It's perhaps not the most inventive we've seen, but it still fits the bill, encouraging exploration of everything the game has to offer.